San Juan Island's Dallman uninjured in deadly Boston Marathon blasts

Three people reportedly died and dozens were injured after two explosions ripped through the crowds assembled at Monday's Boston Marathon.

San Juan Island's Jared Dallman, a bartender at the Cask & Schooner, was among the many runners participating in this year's event. Kim Blake, manager of the Cask & Schooner, said that Dallman, as well as his wife and child, in New York to cheer him on, were uninjured by the blasts. Blake said Dallman had finished the marathon before the explosions occurred.

Dallman's unofficial finish time is 3:02:09.

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